The Clipster is a personal video recorder for video blogs like Channel 9 that we’ve integrated into our embedded media player.
How do I use it?
It is so easy! We’ve added a red record button to the embedded video player on Channel 9.
Select the red…
You've heard all about
and new features
in WPF 3.5 SP1, now its time to see the new stuff. David Teitlebaum takes us on a tour of graphic applications that take advantage of the new and improved Effects, DirectX Interop, WriteableBitmap and more.
This is it! The 1000th video posted to Channel 9 and what more fitting than a video covering
“WPF/E”, a new way to video on the web.
Ernie Booth and Laurence Moroney visited Joe Stegman, lead PM for “WPF/E” and discussed issues such as the MAC on his desk, “WPF/E”, the fountain outside his…
Dan Hickman from ProModel tells the story of converting their Predictive Troop Resourcing application for the U.S. Army from a Windows Forms application to a Silverlight-based application.
Reusing existing .NET code, working with familiar controls from
Ofice 2007 has new file formats for Word, Excel and Powerpoint, based on industry-standard ZIP and XML technologies. These formats were getting a lot of attention at the Office Devcon, where Bill Gates announced the Open XML Formats Developer Group in his
keynote presentation. This…
Tim Sneath shows how to build a basic RSS reader using Windows Presentation Foundation (formerly codenamed “Avalon”) in just 14 lines of code, using the data binding and XAML features that are central to this new technology.
In this screencast, Tim Sneath shows with a quick examples how the XAML feature of Windows Presentation Foundation (formerly codenamed “Avalon”) allows you to build UI that integrates 2D, media and text using an
XML declarative language.
Keeping up with their tradition,
Don and Chris sing an inspired song for the holidays. Episodes
III are available if you are in the mood for more holiday fun.
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At PDC09, we released Silverlight 4 Beta and announced one of the availability of, one of the most requested features, Web Cam Support.
Wanting to have fun with the new feature, I thought of a fun sample to create – smashing bugs with motion detection. First step was to get bugs to crawl…
With Windows Presentation Foundation, we want to make it possible for you to build a more emotional connection with your users. In this video,
Kevin Moore and
Robby Ingebretsen take this to its extreme as they show you how to build KevinButton using styles and templates. What would Windows look…